[access-uk] Re: allofmp3 and an alternative

I wonder if CDex can do it? I know it can convert from .wav to .mp3 and
back, but I wonder if it can convert .wma to .mp3? Thanks.
On Mon, 23 Oct 2006 23:10:08 +0100, "Pele West" <pele.west@xxxxxxxxxx>
said:
> Hi Trace
> 
> The files from Tesco, 7digital and Tunetribe, which were the sites I
> mentioned some days ago, area all in .WMA format.  I use Goldwave to
> convert them to 
> MP3.  This is fine for my purposes, as I do not download too many tracks.
>  In order to convert them you have to play them using Windows Media
> Player and 
> record them with Goldwave.
> 
> Unless anyone knows of another way of doing it!
> 
> Pele
> 
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